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It looks as though 164-foot M/Y Arianna has sprouted sails in this iPhone photo taken by Capt. Ian van der Watt of M/V Copasetic.

 

Behind Arianna is the 170-foot S/V El Galeón docked at Bahia Mar in Ft. Lauderdale.

 

The wooden replica of a Spanish galleon is visiting four Florida east coast cities to commemorate the 500th anniversary of Ponce de Leon’s arrival in St. Augustine. It was in Ft. Lauderdale the last two weeks of May.

 

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